The SLS Conference 2020 has the opportunity for publishers and organisations to get involved and host a virtual booth for more information please download our commercial opportunities here. If you would like to discuss any of the package please contact +44 (0) 1904 702165 or email email@example.com.
Cambridge University Press
Cambridge University Press is a not-for-profit publisher that dates from 1534. Our mission is to unlock people’s potential with the best learning and research solutions. We are proud to be the publisher of the SLS’ prestigious journal Legal Studies. Visit our virtual stand to browse our latest publications and get a 30% discount.
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Intersentia is a forward-thinking publishing house based in Cambridge, specialising in English language publications for international markets. We aim to produce publications that make a meaningful contribution to their respective fields. Many of our titles focus on issues of transnational law and use comparative research to explore multiple jurisdictions.
Oxford University Press
Oxford University Press is the UK’s leading publisher of legal educational materials. We are committed to using our resources and expertise to provide the highest quality educational materials, influential journals, and prize-winning academic and practitioner works on the platforms and in the formats that best
The Law Reform Commission of Ireland
The Law Reform Commission of Ireland is an independent statutory body tasked with keeping the law under review and making proposals for law reform. Its law reform activities include the development of the law, the simplification and modernisation of existing law, and the revision and codification of statute law.
The Scottish Law Commission
The Scottish Law Commission is Scotland’s independent law reform body – The Commission was established under the Law Commissions Act 1965 to make recommendations to Government to simplify, modernise and improve Scots law. Over the last 55 years the Commission has been at the forefront of major changes to Scots law.